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Leadership Points

November 4, 2011

For each quarter in this class you must earn 50 leadership points.  Any additional points earned can be used as extra credit.  Keep track of your tasks and points with the chart on the backside.  The suggestions below are very flexible and your own ideas can always be added upon approval, after all, that is what leadership is all about.

 You may do multiple things with one topic (for example research on cameras, make a display poster, and report to the class on your work and earn points for each task.

 INDIVIDUAL

  • Shoot (5), import and rough edit footage of a school event for later use (10)
  • Enter your work in a film festival or contest (10)
  • Post your video to the web (5)
  • Write a report on the technology we use, such as video editing, microphones or cameras (5)
  • Conduct a test or research to determine and recommend a purchase or equipment quality—cameras, videotapes, mics, tapes, etc (5)
  • Produce a video of a trip or family event (10 or more)
  • Assist another student as a peer tutor in class (5)
  • Construct a poster for the classroom outlining important skills, a career path, or some aspect of video production (5)

 GROUP LEADERSHIP

  • Prepare a visual display of a video/broadcast related subject (5)
  • Initiate and lead a class discussion on a media related topic.(5)
  • Arrange a visit from a guest speaker (20)
  • Prepare a report on the development of broadcasting and its’ impact on society or another topic related to media literacy. Present to class (10)
  • Final Cut Studio Tutorials   Points awarded for each tutorial completed.(5)
  • Present research or learning to the class (5)

 COMMUNITY AND CAREER

  • Attend a local film festival and share your favorites with the class (15)
  • Produce a video for another teacher or class or community agency (up to 20)
  • Construct a poster of a video/broadcast career path (5)
  • Obtain and complete a job application from a local business or broadcast company (5)
  • Create a video that teaches safety in the TV studio (10)
  • Job shadow a radio/television professional (15)
  • Visit a radio or television station. Prepare a presentation of your findings and deliver to class. (10)
  • Videotape a discussion with family members how and why they made their career/occupational choice(s). Edit and show to class (10)
  • Give an oral report to class on the employment opportunities, entry-level requirements, earnings potential, working conditions and further training/education availabilities for a broadcast/video (10)
  • Visit a community or technical college to gather class information. Prepare a presentation for the class. (15)

HERE ARE SOME WAYS TO EARN POINTS OUTSIDE OF CLASS:

  • DO A MEDIA REVIEW(30)—instructions here
  • Learn about Cameras–here is link to manual
  • learn more about motion or final cut
  • WATCH, OUTLINE AND DESCRIBE IN DETAIL OTHER HIGH SCHOOLS NEWSCASTS (5 each)
  • CHECK ALL MY SITES ON RESOURCES TAB AND MAKE LIST OF BAD LINKS( up to 10)
  • FIND VIDEO CONTESTS ONLINE TO ENTER TO UPDATE CONTEST PAGE-5 each
  • WRITE COMEDY SCRIPT FOR QTV SKETCH(UP TO 10)
  • DESIGN A DETAILED COMPETITION FOR QTV(UP TO 10)
  • MAKE A professional looking LOGO FOR QTV (UP TO 10)
  • STORYBOARD WITH LOGO FOR A MOTION PROJECT(UP TO 10)